Spontaneous dissections of intracranial arteries are rare diseases with a poor prognosis and a frequent hemorrhagic presentation. This digital subtraction angiography demonstrates spontaneous basilar artery dissection in a patient presenting with ischemic stroke involving two-thirds of the vessel course and with the main vessels originating from the false lumen. The main hallmark of dissection, ie, the intimal flap, is also well evident.
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